This junction is to the north of Anniesland station. To the east the original line, the Stobcross Railway of 1874 runs to Maryhill Park Junction, just west of Maryhill. This closed in 1980 and reopened in 2005.
A connection was re--installed in 2016 during the closure of Cowlairs Tunnel, the approach to Glasgow Queen Street High Level. These works were to lower the floor of the tunnel to allow installation of overhead wiring. While the works proceeded many services were diverted to the low level station.
To the north west the 1875 Cowdenhill Branch (North British Railway) (also known as the Knightswood Branch on OS maps) ran north west to pits, quarries, brick works and factories. This closed in 1965.
To the north the Glasgow City and District Railway of 1886 runs to Knightswood North Junction, just east of Westerton. This flies under the Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway to make the connection.
To the south west were sidings serving the west goods yard, University Press, and Barr and Stroud beyond which an early mineral line had run to Skaterigg iron pits (nothing of this now remains).
To the north east a mineral line ran to the Anniesland Gas Works No 4. This opened around 1893 and closed around 1971.
The signal box was located in the ^V^ of the junction and aligned with the approach to the tunnel. It closed in 1960 in the run up to electrification. It was taken over by Hyndland Power Box.
Hyndland Power Box
Scotstoun Show Yard
| Ironstone Pit|
Temple Iron Works
Barr and Stroud Works
Temple Gas Works Exchange Sidings [CR]
Temple Gas Works
Skaterigg Engine Pit
Knightswood Mineral Depot
Skaterigg Colliery Pit No 14
Maryhill West Signal Box
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|01/08/1886||Glasgow City and District Railway|
Knightswood North Junction to Knightswood South Junction opened. The section included a tunnel under the Forth and Clyde Canal and Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway.
|02/04/1951||Kelvin Valley Railway|
Kilsyth (Old) (Kelvin Valley East Junction) to Maryhill (Maryhill East Junction) closed to passengers. Maryhill Park Junction [1st] to Knightswood South Junction closed to regular passenger trains.
|/ /1983||Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway
Maryhill Park signal box burns down, line from Maryhill Park Junction [1st] to Knightswood South Junction (Anniesland) out of use. Trains from Rothesay Dock to BSC Ravenscraig Steelworks (imported coal) and stock movements unable to run. Fort William sleeper diverted to run through Singer.
|/ /1988||Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway Stobcross Railway|
Maryhill Park Junction to Knightswood South Junction (Anniesland) intentionally omited from Yoker Resignalling Scheme.
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